Aero the Acrobat is one of the original platform games and was released on the SNES and Genesis platforms in 1993. Although the plot is not straightforward, this game still has its own charm with the graphics, and intense gameplay.
The main character has many movement skills that are quite intelligent and sharp. You will have to steer him to jump into enemies quickly to fight and earn money or other items such as rings and diamonds, which belong to opponents you defeat. This game is not simple when the levels of difficulty increase exponentially, causing you to have to play over and over the game screen. However, its maze sometimes still has many holes and is easy to overcome if you quickly find out. You should learn to control and maintain balance while on the move as this will be helpful to you in a large variety of levels.
The game scene is set up a relatively bustling and playful atmosphere for players. On the basic levels, you will encounter colorful contexts. It has purple floors, large crowds and pretty colorful walls. On higher levels like Funpark, you will experience many interesting clouds and detailed roadside tree images. Even the image on each of the grasses has been surprisingly cared for. The main character’s outfit is quite suitable when equipped with red armor and mask. The accessories are also varied and rich in color.
If you notice, there’s only one voice in the game and is repeated quite a few times. This makes it quite interesting. But when you lose your life many times, it has an extremely annoying cry that you definitely cannot feel. The sounds of the protagonist move have been reworked to make them more child-friendly and make them feel interesting. Activities supported with sound are also relatively many such as jumping, running. It also didn’t have a bad experience in sound quality either. In other words, the sound does not affect the quality of the game too much.